The Old Truman Brewery is East London's arts and media quarter, home to a hive of creative businesses as well as independent shops, galleries, markets, bars and restaurants.
For 15 years, the Old Truman Brewery has been regenerating its 10 acres of vacant and derelict buildings into spectacular office, retail, leisure and event spaces. The finely tuned mix of business and leisure has created an environment unique in London, making the Old Truman Brewery a destination in its own right.
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Old Truman Brewery
91 Brick LaneLondonE1 6QL
- +44 (0)20 7247 3959
Top 5 reviews of Old Truman Brewery
I visited the Old Truman Brewery for the London Coffee Festival and after visiting last year and being offered a VIP Press ticket this year, I couldn't wait to be back. The huge structure of the Brewery lends itself perfectly to events like the festival and its being a fairly simple layout allows for an interesting setup for the exhibitors and traders.
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Nice large venue for conventions, festivals and markets. Seems very well laid out and quite large. I think your experience will vary greatly depending on what's organised inside the buildings, but the venue itself seems great. more
They made a Jim Carrey movie here. "The Trumans Show."
The old Truman Brewery has so much history as it used to be one of the great breweries of the UK. Now the space has been turned into a event center and part-time Market stall and that really works as well. So on every level this is really cool both for the history and the current use of the space. more
First time visited here for art fair exhibition..huge space and good location for this upbringing trendy area. Good location for art exhibition as it attract tourists and arty people's. Just few minutes walk from Spitalfields market. It leave me good impression for the first time visit. I will visit here for a future art events. more
There's so much going on in what's left of the Old Truman Brewery which consists of several massive buildings - except beer brewing. I don't think many of the artists studios that used to dominate the area are left, but you can still enjoy plenty of art with regular art fairs and pop-up galleries. The annual Art Car Boot Fair in the yard is an absolute favourite!
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